Sep

14

Meat on The Go

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Replacing the notoriously low-cal Tasti D-Lite: a hot dog vending machine.

There are three “freshly grilled” options: Nathan’s ($2), Hebrew National ($2.50) and Sabbret ($3.50). Watch this space on Wednesday as Bwog sacrifices its tastebuds and culinary dignity to bring you a review, and then watch again on Thursday for the collapse from cardiac arrest.

– Photo by Rick Betita

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26 Comments

  1. IMDB GOOFS  

    Revealing Mistakes: The photographer is clearly visible in the vending machine.


    Anachronisms: This machine is clearly from the future.

  2. Seriously?  

    Can you imagine the maintenance needed for that machine? It's gonna be disgusting in a month, hell, maybe a week.

  3. omg  

    I'm dying, that's hilarious.

  4. It would

    be better if this thing was on Barnard's campus. Preferably in the Vag.

  5. wow  

    have columbia women given up already?

  6. well at least  

    they have kosher options. they're PC if not anything else

  7. this  

    is so sad. does it take dining dollars, at least?

  8. this  

    should go down as one of columbia dining's most epic fails. ever.

  9. 2150  

    i hope they taste as good as nyc street hot dogs!

  10. clg  

    i saw this the other day, did a double take, and had a serious wtf moment. what were they thinking?

  11. GS Senior  

    just shows how clueless administration (or at least a certain level of it) is... who eats this kind of stuff nowadays? and you would hope that with the limited options available, they would err on the side of better food than this crap!

  12. I think  

    the lack of running water in that facility was a limiting factor in their choices.

  13. I tried it...  

    the heating process was awkwardly sexual

  14. geez  

    this is disgusting.

  15. HOT DOG!  

    NOW JUST PUT A GUMMY MACHINE NEXT TO IT AND WE'RE GOOD TO GO!

  16. hmm

    yum tasty. we need more $2 hot food vending machines

  17. red  

    like BWOG, Lerner is going to the dogs.

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